|殿村 裕誠 (とのむら ひろしげ)
|Pero, Piroshiki Touno, ぺろよん とのむら (Peroyon Tonomura), ぺろりん とのむら (Perorin Tonomura)
Hiroshige Tonomura is a Japanese composer and sound designer who is known for his works with Capcom and Taito. He joined Capcom around 1988, working primarily on their arcade and Nintendo titles, but only did a few games for them. Some of his best known works for the company include Pro Yakyuu? Satsujin Jiken! and Destiny of an Emperor. However, he gained popularity when he worked on their NES and Game Boy versions of DuckTales. In particular, the Moon Theme is one of the best known video game songs of all time.
In 1989, Tonomura left Capcom and joined Taito Corporation, and went under the name "Tono". There, he was one of the top leaders of their in-house sound team Zuntata. There, he mostly worked on their arcade titles such as Quiz H.Q., Ninja Kids, Hit the Ice, and Dino Rex. Later in his career at Taito, he moved away from composition and became an audio director. He also worked on their RayForce series alongside Tamayo Kawamoto, who was also a former Capcom composer. In 2005, he left audio work as a whole and joined Taito's board of directors. He has since held high positions with many subsidiaries of Taito.
Hiroshige wrote all his music for Capcom using Yoshihiro Sakaguchi's sound driver, in which the music had to be written in 6502 assembly language.